You were convicted of a drug felony in 1997 in New York you live in Nevada now and are able to vote does that mean all your civil liberties are in place including second amendment rights?

Voting rights for felons can vary from state-to-state. Just because you may be allowed to vote in NV does not in any way affect or alter any other restrictions you have upon you due to your status. Federal law (USC, Title 18) prohibits convicted felons from EVER owning or possessing firearms or ammuntion of any type.